1000 photographs from the collections of the Berlin District Museums and the Berlin City Museum provide a fascinating insight into the city's history. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Greater Berlin, they tell the story of a large city, which in 1920 was united by parliamentary resolution from cities, rural communities and manor districts.
150 thematic photo series show how the image of Berlin has changed from the Weimar Republic to the present. They reflect the diversity of Berlin's faces from the periphery to the center, from the neighborhoods to the city center.
50 illustrated biographies of Berliners illustrate the social, cultural, and political upheavals that people in East and West have experienced. Visitors to the portal can make their personal Berlin visible by uploading their own photographs. In close cooperation between the Stadtmuseum Berlin and the Berlin district museums,
1000x Berlin is an illustrated, compact and digital version of the city's hundred-year history.